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I received a Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD copy of Middle School: The Worst Years of My Life for review. It is rated PG and has a feature running time of 92 minutes. Rafe is a Middle School student that transfers to a new school. This school is filled with rules and Rafe does not like or enjoy them one bit. Rafe and his best friend Leo both have authority problems so create a plan to expose the principle by breaking every single one of the school rules in the Code of Conduct. The principle doesn’t like this of course so strikes back, making Rafe’s school and home life crazy! This movie is based off of James Patterson’s best-selling book series and filled with hilarious laughs that your whole family will enjoy! Rafe’s imagination is quite extensive so it really adds to the comedy. It has a lot of cool special features too. Some of these include That Middle School Life, The Wedgie Wheel, a Gag Reel, Deleted Scenes and so much more! My kids and I just loved this movie and highly recommend it. It arrived on Digital HD December 20th and on Blu-Ray, DVD and On Demand today, January 3rd! Bring home your copy today!
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